The Bangsamoro peace process is an interesting case study to analyse potential entry-points for stronger integration of anti-corruption measures into peace processes.
Balázs Áron Kovács
In 2022, together with U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, we published a mapping study that, starting from the assumption that corruption and violent conflict are interlinked, explored how corruption, as an element of conflict systems, could be addressed during peace processes. The mapping identified potential entry-points for stronger integration of anti-corruption measures into peace processes across mediation efforts at different “tracks”. It also highlighted the need for more case study evidence of past efforts to integrate such measures in order to operationalise the identified entry points and to move towards actionable recommendations. The Bangsamoro peace process was identified as a significant case study, in which the integration of thinking about corruption within peace processes has (or has not)
contributed to durable peace. This paper presents a first case study exploring the concrete consequences of making use of specific entry points.
- Breaking the vicious cycle. Entry points for anti-corruption in inclusive peace processes
Ulrike Hopp-Nishanka, Joshua Rogers, Calum Humphreys. 2022
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